European leaders and Prime Minister Theresa May agree on a short delay to Britain's divorce from the European Union in the hope of ensuring an orderly Brexit.
The Fidesz party of firebrand Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been suspended from the European People's Party
British PM Theresa May has asked sceptical EU leaders to delay Brexit until June 30 as the UK's political crisis deepened just nine days before the scheduled departure date.
Italy gets six months to make a decision on the contested Turin-Lyon high-speed rail link after the company in charge of the project invites expressions of interest from contractors.
The British government has agreed to pay Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel £33m to head off a lawsuit over extra ferry services commissioned in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The European Union's veto of an Alstom-Siemens rail merger has revived debate over competition regulations that some say are obsolete in the face of growing rivalry from Chinese giants.
Electric vehicles took centre stage at this year's Geneva Motor Show, as automakers scrambled to bring their fleets into line with strict CO2 emissions standards set to kick in next year.
Some 385,000 people worldwide died prematurely in 2015 from air pollution caused by vehicle exhaust emissions, a US study has found, singling out diesel engines as the main culprit.